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Fantasy Island

Season 4 Episode 3

The Skater's Edge / Concerto of Death / The Last Great Race

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Nov 08, 1980 on ABC
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The Skater's Edge / Concerto of Death / The Last Great Race
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In "The Skater's Edge" untrained farm girl Charlie Girl from Minnesota fantasizes about competing as a world-class figure skater. In "Concerto of Death" piano player Jeremy Hale comes to believe that his famous concert pianist brother was murdered and is tormented by his memory. And in "The Last Great Race" a couple agree to a winner-take-all race to decide the property settlement for their divorce.moreless

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    Erin Gray

    Erin Gray

    Carla Marco

    Guest Star

    Charlene Tilton

    Charlene Tilton

    Charlotte 'Charlie' Johnson

    Guest Star

    Juliet Mills

    Juliet Mills

    Viola Burnstein

    Guest Star

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      • Jeremy Hale: It's all so strange, it's as if she was my wife, I wanted to touch her, hold her, love her then I wanted to punish her.
        Mr. Roarke: And ah kill her?
        Jeremy Hale: I think I would have if Linda wouldn't have stopped me.
        Mr. Roarke: Mr. Hale.
        Jeremy Hale: Marco, I want to be called that now. I'm coming to terms with it, I'm Jeremy Marco, Sir Gay's brother.
        Mr. Roarke: That is correct, you are Jeremy, not Sir Gay. I want you to look at something, this way please. I have some photographs which might interest you. This was Sir Gay's home here on the Island, it was here that he brought Carla, his bride and this is where he died. I presided over the inquest myself, as Chief Magistrate on the Island. Madame Marco testified that Sir Gay took a walk that night along the cliff, alone. He often did that when his music wouldn't flow, when inspiration failed him.
        Jeremy Hale: It's a word I never associated with him.
        Mr. Roarke: Our coroner concluded that the fatal wound at the back of his head was caused by a fall from the cliff.
        Jeremy Hale: You telling me something else?
        Mr. Roarke: Oh there is some Island gossip that Madame had begun to find much enjoyment in the company of a new business manager.
        Jeremy Hale: You think my brother was murdered by his wife and her lover?
        Mr. Roarke: Oh there was no evidence for that finding at the inquest, no.
        Jeremy Hale: I had it so wrong, he wasn't the great Sir Gay Marco, he was just my kid brother, he still needed me to take care of him. He needed me more than ever! What was I doing, I was so busy whining and feeling sorry for myself and I let him down.
        Mr. Roarke: I have a rule of not allowing a guest to cancel a fantasy once it has begun. However in your case I am asking you to allow me to end the fantasy. Give me back the ring, now.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Also shown in one hour format as The Skater's Edge/Concerto of Death. Concert Pianist Chet Swiatkowsky played the spirit of Sir Gay Marco.

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